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Music Film Festival 2011

2 July-4 Sept. Each summer the City Hall Square in Vienna transforms into the venue of the Music Film Festival which presents a programme of classical music, opera, operetta, dance and concert music,...
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Albertina Contemporary: from Gerhard Richter To Kiki Smith

22 June-13 November. This exhibition at the Albertina Contemporary presents the gallery's most recently-acquired works in the area of contemporary art. The works are displayed so that viewers can...
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Makart: An Artist rules the City

9 June-16 October. Renowned internationally for his massive brightly-coloured canvases, Hans Makart, the "prince of painters", is equally remembered for his colourful private life. In addition to...
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Dürer - Cranach - Holbein: The Discovery of Man: the German Portrait around 1500

31 May-4 September. An exhibition at Vienna's Museum of Fine Arts focuses on the German portrait around 1500 and comprises 130 stellar works, mostly by Albrecht D
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Theatre Costumes: Masquerade - Metamorphosis - Seduction

Until 31 October. With the subtitle "The Charm of Transformations" this exhibition from the costume collection of the Austrian Theatre Museum traces the importance and status of the costume through ge...
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Vienna Festival

13 May-19 June. This year's Vienna Festival showcases 41 stage productions at 17 locations across Vienna from the Burgtheater to the MuseumsQuartier to outdoor venues. Leading opera and theatre direct...
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Brilliant Times: European Art Nouveau Jewellery

25 February - 20 June. The Leopold Museum presents a comprehensive exhibition of Art Nouveau jewellery, predominantly from the Hessian State Museum in Darmstadt. The museum's collection is based a...
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Dynamics! Cubism/Futurism/Kineticism

10 February - 29 May 2011. This comprehensive exhibition examines Vienna's abstract art movements between 1919 and 1929, within the larger context of European modernism. Viennese Kineticism, an ar...
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Egon Schiele: Self-portraits and portraits

17 February - 13 June. Along with older artists Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka, Egon Schiele (1890-1918) was one of the most significant artists of Viennese modernism and expressionism. This exh...
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Roy Lichtenstein: Black and White 1961 - 1968

28 January - 15 May 2011. The 1960s heralded an artistic departure for Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) whose works until then consisted principally of paintings depicting American history and the America...
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Vienna Ice Dream 2011

20 January - 6 March 2011. The City Hall Square has been transformed into a 6,000 sqm outdoor ice skating rink called the Vienna Ice Dream. The illuminated fa
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Eva Schlegel: In Between

8 December 2010 - 1 May 2011. One of Austria's most influential contemporary artists, Eva Schegel is concerned with attempting to portray the ephemeral in different materials such as glass and mirrors...
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Birgit Jürgenssen: Retrospective

16 December - 6 March 2011. The Bank Austria Kunstforum and the Sammlung Verbund present the first posthumous retrospective of the work of Viennese artist Birgit J
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Body Worlds of Animals

17 November 2010 - 7 March 2011. Presented at the Natural History Museum Vienna by anatomist Gunther von Hagens, the Body Worlds of Animals exhibits the inner-most intricacies of some of the world's m...
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Michelangelo: The Drawings of a Genius

8 October - 9 January 2011. Promoted by organisers as the world's biggest Michelangelo Buonarroti show in twenty years, the exhibition at the Albertina includes over 100 drawings by the Renaissance ge...
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